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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g of powder||Per serving*||% RI**|
|of which saturates||5.2g||0.6g||3|
|of which sugars||43.0g||4.7g||5|
|*11g powder in 200ml water|
|**RI = Reference Intake per serving; Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (15)
Tasty and Filling
Very good for a quick filling chocolate boost. I find this ends a meal well and stops me snacking later. Let the water cool for 5 minutes after boiling kettle before adding the water, or it doesn't mix too well. I prefer it to Highlights
Best low calorie hot chocolate
I look forward to this on a cold evening and with only 40 calories you can enjoy guilt free. I find that its best if you make the powder into a paste before filling the cup with water and adding a dash of milk.
Not pleasant at all.
If you want to lose weight then it's nice to have a chocolate fix .I used to buy this regularly in sachets I don't know if it's been reformulated but I found it very salty and artificial tasting .Thin and watery at the recommended dose .Needless to say it will be in the cupboard or binned .
best low sugar alternative
Find this better than Cadburys highlights, get chocolate blops on the top which is nice. Tastes good.
Enjoyable but a bit on the sweet side
Although I liked the taste it is very sweet, I'm sure they don't need to put quite so much sweetener in it, and it doesn't dissolve well even if you use just hot and not boiling water, or try and make a paste etc. Having said that it is still great if you are on a diet!